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tsd
01-04-2008, 11:21 AM
I wanted to sell my steamed pau in subang jaya area, what license do I need to get ? What are the procedures ? I want to be able to sell like those ice-cream sellers on Motorbike or bicycle.

Shaneburger
01-04-2008, 02:21 PM
I wanted to sell my steamed pau in subang jaya area, what license do I need to get ? What are the procedures ? I want to be able to sell like those ice-cream sellers on Motorbike or bicycle.

goto http://gerbang.selangor.gov.my or http://www.epbt.gov.my

:D

tupai
01-04-2008, 02:42 PM
Many usj forumers are not into doing business. Those who are, are not doing anything like what u wanna do...so, info could be lacking resulting in potential problem with the enforcement authority.

The best advice would be: ... Get from the source! go the mpsj counter and get the full info...pay the relevant fees and go expand your bizz! :D

Looking forward to your delicious Pau. Good Luck!

Yang Akan Beli Pau latotupai

tsd
01-04-2008, 02:55 PM
Many usj forumers are not into doing business. Those who are, are not doing anything like what u wanna do...so, info could be lacking resulting in potential problem with the enforcement authority.

The best advice would be: ... Get from the source! go the mpsj counter and get the full info...pay the relevant fees and go expand your bizz! :D

Looking forward to your delicious Pau. Good Luck!

Yang Akan Beli Pau latotupai

Thanks everyone, I will go to MPSJ counter one of these days.

My first batch sold to a church meeting was quite successful. I prepare 40 pcs... 90sen each for chicken fillings, all sold. My pau crust is made from regular flour added with pumpkin, so it is light golden in color and the texture is different from most of the commercial pau. Most of the commercial pau uses special flour with some other additive to make their texture white and smooth.

Yep, hopefully one of these days I can let all of you try my Steamed Pau.

Actually I am still not sure want to setup a stall or not because if I do, I will be tied down there at the stall.

coleslaw
01-04-2008, 03:00 PM
regular flour? wouldn't the paus be a bit 'coarse' in texture. pau flour is superfine so you get a smoother and finer 'skin'. no?

tsd
01-04-2008, 03:07 PM
regular flour? wouldn't the paus be a bit 'coarse' in texture. pau flour is superfine so you get a smoother and finer 'skin'. no?

yes they are abit more coarse in texture, but the pumpkin inside helps to make it soft. Even when left cold outside the steamer it remains soft for many hours. I am still trying to improve it, hopefully by the time I go full swing... the pau will improve further. If not mistaken, Pau flour contains enhancers and low in protien. I want to keep all those enhancers away from my Pau.